Bushnell 119327 User Manual
Manuel d’instructions / Manual de instrucciones Bedienungsanleitung / Manuale di istruzioni
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Parts & Controls Guide
Battery and SD Card Installation
About the Setup Menu
Using the Setup Menu
SETUP MENU REFERENCE TABLE
Time Lapse Operation
Mount the Camera
Power on the Camera
Set the PIR and Shutter Switches
Test the Coverage Area
Secure the Camera
(Optional) Using an External Power Source
Viewing the Photos and Videos
Congratulations on your purchase of one of the best trail cameras on the market! Bushnell is very proud of this camera and we are sure you will be pleased with yours as well. We appreciate your business and want to earn your trust. Please refer to the notes below and the instructions in this manual to ensure that you are completely satisfied with this product.
If your Bushnell Trail Cam does not seem to be functioning properly or if you are having photo/video quality issues, please check the Troubleshooting/FAQ section on pages
Problems are often due to something simple that was overlooked, or require only changing one setting to solve.
If your problem continues after trying the solutions in the Troubleshooting/FAQ section, please call Bushnell Customer Service at (800)
Bushnell recommends using 8 Energizer® Lithium AA batteries in this Trail Cam to obtain maximum battery life.
Do Not Mix Old and New Batteries
Do not mix battery
Bushnell recommends using SanDisk® SD and SDHC Cards (up to 32GB capacity) in this Trail Cam.
Congratulations on your purchase of a Bushnell
•2.0MP digital sensor
•Compact Size (120mm*94mm*46mm)
•Long Battery Life (Up to 9 months)
•Trigger Time=1.0 seconds or less
•Automatic IR Filter
•36 Night Vision LEDs
•Adjustable Photo Delay: 1~ 59 seconds ,1~ 10mins (default 10S)
•Multiple Shot Mode (3 images per trigger)
•640*480 at 30 FPS Videos, 5
•Adjustable PIR Sensitivity (Lo, Med, Hi)
•Supports up to 32 GB SD Card
•Date, Time & Moon Phase Imprint
•Auto White Balance
•Power Supply: 4 or 8 AA batteries (lithium or alkaline), DC input jack for 6 volt external power source (optional, user supplied).
•Mounting Socket for Standard Tripods
•User selectable shutter speed to reduce blur or adjust exposure
Parts and Controls Guide
Front of Camera
(DC Power In Jack
under rubber pad)
Parts and Controls Guide
Left Side Panel
USB Port TV Out
BATTERY and SD CARD INSTALLATION
NOTE: Always set the power switch to the Off position when installing or removing batteries.
Please make sure the batteries are inserted correctly, as indicated inside the battery compartment. Incorrect voltage or polarity
Do not mix old and new batteries.
Do not mix battery
Inserting an SD card
•Make sure the power switch is in the Off position whenever adding or removing memory.
•Insert an SD card into the card slot completely and oriented correctly as shown by the icon above the slot (label up, contacts facing down and notched corner on the right).
•To remove the SD memory card, depress the SD card and pull out the card gently.
Using a new, blank SD card is recommended. If the SD card has been used in another device, please make sure to format using the Format option in the
ABOUT THE SETUP MENU
Slide the power switch to the On position. You’ll see“WAIT”on the display, then the Setup Menu screen(see below). Before you start using the camera, you’ll no doubt want to set the date/time so they are imprinted correctly on your photos, and maybe change the trigger delay time and image resolution to your preferences. This is done by editing the settings of an item listed in the Setup Menu.
To enter the Setup Menu at any time, press the Setup button (far left side of the control panel).
USING THE SETUP MENU
The Setup Menu has 5 different items, which appear on a list in the left frame of the display. Here’s how to edit (change) the setting of a menu item:
1.Select the menu item you want to edit by pressing the Up orDown button until the item is blinking.Note: you can see the current/ default setting for each item (without changing it) in the main center frame as you move up and down the list of items.
2.Press the Ok button.
3.You can now select the setting you prefer for the selected item by pressing the Up orDown button. The setting displayed in the center frame will blink until you pressOk to confirm it is the setting you want to save.
4.To exit the Setup menu at any time, simply press the Setup button.
SETUP MENU SCREEN
MENU Battery Level
SETTING OF SELECTED ITEM
Indicates Photo (1P or 3P) or Movie Mode
SETUP MENU: Items/Settings/Description
The following table lists all of the menu items, their available settings, and a description of their functions:
Duty (Start and
Minutes, using the Up/Down
sets how often photos or videos
are captured during the “Duty”
flash “Duty”. Use Up/Down to
set the start hour (24 hr format,
from 00:00 to 23.00 hours). Press
Ok and useUp/Down to set the
and repeat the process to set the
stop hour and minute. The Duty
settings determine the “window”
or block of time when photos/
videos will be captured, without
requiring a PIR trigger from a
live animal. Example:
operation (Duty cycle) from
5:30AM to 8:00AM, at 7 minute
intervals. NOTE: if you don’t
want the camera to operate in
Time Lapse mode, be sure that